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MEDICAL.
JUDGMENT OF THE PEOPLE.
During the past eight year, the publie
have carefully observed the wonderful
«-urea accomplished by A L L r. N H
Sthexgtukxixg Cordial. From it*
use many an ofllieted sufferer has been re
stored to perfect health after having ex
pended a small fortune In procuring medi
cal advice and obtaining i»oi-*on«»us met»
eines.
Its medical propertk* are alterative,
tonic, oolvont und diuretic. There is no
disease of tiie human system for which Al
len'» Strengthening CuUDIal cannot
l*e used with perfect safety
ALLKNS
Strengthening Cordial
WILL mu.
SCHO 1 " U I- A ,
8CSOFULO V* H UMOli.
It will eradicate front the system
taint of Scrolulu and fcerofulous Humor.
It hi
helpless cases
dies failed.
Allen's Strengthening Cordial
Is the great hi*»ml purifier, cures Syphilis
;md removes Pimples and Humor» on the
lace.
Reason should teach us that
pimpled skin depends entirely
upon an Internal can»«*.and no outward ap
plication can ever cure the defe«*t.
;crv
permanently cured thousands of
rhere all other k:
:. r-'iM
blotchy.
rough
TUMORS, ULCERS OR OLD SORES
Are caused by an impure statcof the blood:
cleanae the blood thoroughly with Allen's
Strengthening Cordial and the complaint» will
disappear.
Allen's Strengthening ( </rrtinI cures CX/nsfi
jxition, Dyspepsia, Faintness of Stomueh. It is
nota .stimulating Bitters which creates a
fictitious appétit*», but a gentle Tonic, which
assists nature to restore the stomach ton
healthy action. No person suffering with
Sour.Stomach. Headache Costlvenoss, Pal
pation of the Heart. Indigestion. Low
.spirts, Ac.,can take three dose» without re
lief.
AUen's Strengthening Otrtlial cures F«*male
Weakness; it act» directly upon the causes
of these complaints, invigorates and
strengthens the whole system, acts upon
the secretive organs and allays infiama
matlon.
AUen's Strengthening ( ïmlial lins never
failed to cure mercurial disease*, pain in
the bones as it removes from the*y»tern the
producing cause, tsult Rheum and 8cald
Head readily yield to the gnat alterative
«•fleet* of this medicine.
Allen's Strengthening Cordial ha»
known lo fail in giving immediate relief in
all disease» of th«* Kidney* and Urinary or
gan*. This medicine challenges the most
profound attention of the medical faculty,
many of whom are prescribing It to their
patients.
Allen's Strengthening ( ordial act* as delight
fully
lady, und infirm old age,
man; impurting iiealtli and vigor to tiie
nerves and brain, blood-ve»slc*8, heart and
liver. When taken you can feel its life-giv
through every artery, do
er been
the tender liabe, the most delicate
on the strong
mg power «*ou
stroying all diseases In the blood and giving
liealth, elasticity and strength to the wiiole
organization.
Allen's Strengthening Cordial is acki.
edged by all class of people to i*e tiie l»est
and most reliable blood purifier in the
world. It i* a never failing remedy and
can be relied upon. How many thousands
upon thousands have Ik-oii snatched ns it
were from the brink of the grave bv its
miraculous power. Who will suffer from
Liver Complaints. Dyspepsia, Disease of
the Htomacn, Kidneys, Bowels, or Bladder
when such a great remedy is within
Volume* might be filled with proof from
all parts of the civilized worjdto prove that
•med y lias ever be«*
whole history of medicine that acts so
promptly. Even in the worst cases of
»'scrofula'a good appetite, comph-to «lig*>.s.
tion. strength and adispo'itioufor <'Xerci»c.
sure to follow its use. Jf the bowels
headache accompanies the
«liseasc. the use of Allen's Liver Pills will
remove it. Over eight year* ex perlen
th<-increasing popularity of All«*n*s
eines are conclusive proof.
discovered
tin
are costive,
edi
Price.*!.
If your <Ir
per iiOttlc
bottl
for
kf.'i
docs
'
uni ball
I! "
to any
ividn*
Prc]
on re" ipt of Hi. pri- .
vd only by
A MERIT
> .MEDICINE T().
ST. JoSKI'lI. Mo.
.|an3d&wlv
fill Dr.
Hav, Straw and Fodder
. 1
GUTTERS
»
siiiin-r«. Corn Mill«. Root Cutters,
Churns. Butter Workers, Plow«, Harrow«,
Cultivators. Horse Hoe«, Sonde«. Shovel«,
Jioes Rakes, Seed Drills, Farm Rollers.
Tine Hir es. Pruning Shears. P
Budding Knives, Bill
ing and
Briar Hook*, Ac
Agricultural Implements
In Grf.at Variety.
|0. LANDRETH <SL SONS ; VQ
Nos. 21 «St.23'South »SlxthJStrect,
Between Market and (.'liest nut Sts.
'hiladflplilft.
(Ie<")*w3m
Just Opened
AND UECEIVINOIALMOST DAILY,
New and Choice Styles of
HOSIERY, GLOVES
—AN—
Merino Underwear,
For Ladies, Genis and jCLildrcn.
AI*o, a Ncwjind Full line of.
Embroadered Zephyr Work,
Zephyrs,
Germantown Wool,
Woolen Yarns,
Notions, Ties,
Corsets, &c.,
IAH of whioh willjbe soldiat tht|;
"Lowest
». H. STAATS,
No- 417 Market Street.
Market
a c
Rates.
3 1
maylSwtll
RAG CARPET WEAVING
!ÄT STAWTOW, UEL.
BY JOSEPH MARSHALL
•1 •
riptb
id
0 AHK»KTS yVI ptf w
Stfp;
>r ebaii
roven to oril«*r.
HE NEW CASTLE COUNTY
mutual
nsurance Company,
T
NO. 602 MARKET .STREET,
JX8UBES AO AINSI FI HE
HOUSES AND ALL OTHER BUILD
INGS.
WITH THEIR CONTENTS,
periods of time varying from three
:!i, to a term of years.
MANAGERS.
F«»r '
mont
William Conby,
! < » »-o. Richardson,
William Tatnall,
James Bradford.
George C. Maris. , John Jones,
Chas. W. Howland. ; c lement B. Smyth,
Edward Bringtuirst, J a nice Riddle,
Edward T. Bellah,
Ashton Iticliardhon,
A. P. Shannon,
George II. Bates,
if. M. Cleaver.
WM. TATNALL. President.
SAM'L SMITH. Scc-'y.
leb 10
rnHE ARTIZ ANS SAVINUS BANK.
1 5rt2 MARKET STREET.
!:«e JRPOIIATED J.YNCAKV 231), 1*>L
Open to receive deposits daily from 0 A.
»! until 4 P. M . and on Tuesday and Sat
urday evenings from 7 to $ o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
of six |»er cent., has been regularly paid
deposit*, since the organization of the Bank,
and it is the expectation of tiie Managers,
that this rate of dividends will be continues 1.
When dividends are not withdrawn, they
.•posits. Tlius per mane
.a their Interest twice
are accounted as de
deposits compoun
each year.
nt
hi
MANAGERS.
William S. Hilles, George W. Bush,
Clement B. Smyth, George 8. Capelle,
Chus. W. Howland, M. L. Liehenstcin,
Nathan T R. Benson, Edward Darlington,
Henry I'. Dure, Job H. Jackson,
E. M. Stonsenberg. Win. H. Swift,
Anthony Higgins.
WM. 8. HILLES, President.
GEO. W. BUSH, Vice President.
E. T. TAYLOR. Treasurer.
fobSl-ly
TPIIRST NATIONAL BANK
Repository of tiie Public Moneys
and
FINANCIAL AGENTS OF THE UNI
TED STATES.
OF WILMINGTON.
EDWARD BETTS,President.
GEO. D. ARMSTRONG, Cahhier.
Paid up Capital*
Philadelphia and New York Exchange fur
nished to regular Depositors without charge.
SDI scolint days, Mondays and Thursdays,
at 10 A. M.
DIRECTORS.
So oo.u oo.
Clement B. Smyth,
Israel Pusoy.
Henry 8. McComb,
Daniel James,
George W. Bush,
Eli (iarrett,
Sam'l Bancroft. Jr.,
William Tatnall,
inar28
Edward Betts.
JO w N P. ALLMOND,
Cor. Sth «k Market ^tii^
DEALERJIN
GROCERIES,
Teas. Coflees.
ices. &c.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
WM. O'CONNOR,
Merchant Tailor
HAS .REMOVED
X« 2. West Tliirtf Stm*t 9
(One door from Market.)
And has laid na Splendid Assortment of
Cloths, Cassimcres and Ventings
Foil N1*KJ Mi AM) M n ift ft,
Which he will mike up at prices to siu
the times.
l*aut*4 » Xpooialty*
fsbinr
PETER URO^,
CARPF f WEAVER,
»O. '»21
iiiiiT Street.
WILMINGTOM. DKL
SEW ¥ O K K
DENTAL ROOMS,
t414i North .Sixth St.,
jPHILADELPHIA!
Beautiful Artificial Teeth
83 . 00 , $ 5 . 00 , $ 8 . 00 , $ 10.00
2PBR SET.
Silver Fillings 50c.
NONE BUT
Gold $1,00
Fl RST-CL ASS
Op 'ators Employed.
NO CHAIU. J MADE FOE EXTRACTING
WHEN N
. / TEETH ABE ORDBEED
HEG 1ST HR'S ORDER «
ItegiHter'H Order.
_ j Rkgisthr'8 Office, >
New Castle Co.. Dee., 20 . 1876, \
Upon the application of John F. Kharp
loy, Administrator of William Sharpley
late of Brandywine Hundred in said Coun
ty, deceased. it is ordered and directed by
the KegUOer tiiat tiie Administrator afore
said, give notiee of the granting of Letter*
«»f Administration upon tiie Estate of tiie
deceased, with the date of granting thereof.
*»y causing advertis<*meuts to be posted
within forty days from the date of such
Letter*. In six of the most publio places oi
the County of New Castle, requiring all
persons having demands against the Es
tate, to present tho same or abide by an
Act of Assembly ln euch ease made and
provided. And also cause the same to bo
Inserted within the same period in the
Daily Gazette, a newspaper published
In Wilmington, and to be continued therein
three weeks, (e. o. d. )
( ^ S* Iven under tho hand and Beal of
î L.8.1 Office of the Register aforesaid, at
7" c * stl °. in , N«*w Castle County
aforesaid, tiie day and year above written
MU ilGOS, Register*
NOTICE*
All persons having claims against tin
Estate of tiie deceased must present the
same duly attested to the Administrator
or before December 20th
Art of Assembly i
provided.
Address, Wil
dec20-3weod
lfc77, or abide the
such «•use marie and
JOHN r. NHAHPLKY
'mlngtoii, Del.
Ad
A MKS M. BID AN.
HOUSi; PA I NT MR AGKAXNËR.S
No. 210 SI1IPLKY STUFET,
uly 12- ui
J
CÈeneral News.
The démocratie Legislature in New
>rleans has rente«l Odd
for its session.
It instated that Hon. W. A. Wheeler
will visit Gov. Hayes in a few days. *'nnd
remain with him some time."
Hon. Thomas W. Ferry was ren•mi
ll at ed lor T. S. Senator by acclamation of
tli»* Republican caucus of the Michigan
Legislature, last evening.
Tiie Republican Legislature of Louisi
ana yesterday pulsed a bill reorganizing
the state militia, and appropriating$200.
OtO for the purpose.
It is now ascertained that there were
117 per.'«, us, passengers and employe* s
on the train wrecked at Ashtabula. Ohio.
Of these 72 were rescued, ."5 are missing,
and 7o persons neriahed.
There is no disposition in tlu- Wav De
partment to send any additional troops
to the South, as there is no reason to be
lieve that their presence is needed to pre
serve the public peace.
Gen. Van Alcn, who atu tided tin* can
vans in Louisiana at th* ropiest of Presi
«lent tirant, addressed a meeting of the
irepublican Reform Club in New York,
last night. He expressed the belief that
the action of the Returning Board was
just and legal, and that "it is right and
lawful to count the Electoral vote of Lou
isiana for Hayes and Wheeler.
Gov. Kellogg, Lieutenant Governor
Antoine and I . S. Marshal Pitkin, have
been summoned before the Morrison
Committee at New Orleans. The com
mittee, by a party vote, has decided to
report President Orton, of the Western
Onion Telegraph Company, to the U. 8.
House of Representatives, as in con
tempt, in refusing to answer a second
suhptena.
Fellow«' Hall
KEPT ALIVE ON ALLIGATOR
MEAT.
THK »TOII Y TOLD RT CAPTAIN TVLKR, OF
THE »CHOOSER ANN E. CARLL.
Captain Tyler, of the schooner Ann E.
Carl], which was
south coast of Cuba, has arrived at his
home. North port, L. !.. and tells
teresting story of his misfortunes :
venture*. The schooner was making a
•hen a hurricane
mercy
recke«! oft' Sa vo Key.
an in
ail
very quick passage
struck her. She was driven at its
for four days, and on the tifth, after beat
ing over tw
hack aground on the key—asmall,desolate
island, the only inhabitants being a num
ber of alligators, which swarmed around
during the first night aud
devouring the c
only kept off by a lire which the sailors
succeeded in kindling.
The key is about sixtv miles from tiie
mainland, and out of the usual track of
of vessels, but soon after the Carll had
thus been wrecked her crew were the
means of saving a Spanish and an Eng
lish crew, whose vessels had
coral-reef», she w as forceil
came near
. In fact, they
•re
, „ gone to
piece«, and Captain Tyler, finding that
In-had to divide his scanty store of pro.
visions—there being now thirty-five per
sons on the island—aud that starvation
would soon he staring them in the face,
sent his mate and one seaman in a I
to Cieufuagos, about one hundred
distant, with Instructions to ask assistai!
from the United »States Consul at Hav.
ana. On hearing the fact.«, the Spanish
vermnent sent a gunboat with provi
sions for the relief of the shipwrecked
ere»v, who were found in an almost
tarnishing condition. Captain Tyler h-.v
ing meantime shot with his rillè three al
ligators, which were cooked and eaten.
Die mate chartered in Havana the bark
Berces ilinklev, in whieh to ship what
was saved of the wreck to New York.
•yhada very rough voyage,
mg thirty-eight days, when tin
at Ilatteras Inlet, »villi
a»vay and all
U
1 I
Tin
"i>y
ul in
lown
all sail
>n board nearly starv
having for eight days been
low an ce —biscuit and
on short
LI
ater.
The schooner has been unfortunate,
having been wrecked twice befor«.*— duck
Jit Norfolk, Vu., and one«- oft* Block
Island. Bv the first wreck Ross d.-sse
Carll, of North port, who uwiihI about
one-half of the vessel, lost about -T.oou.
A REMINISCENCE OF STONEWALL
JACKSON
In u recently published letter the
Hon. Charles James Faulkner furnishes
the following incident in the life of Gen.
Stonewall Jackson : " At the age of 16
years Thomas J Jackson was a constable
of the county of Lewis, Yn., with his
uncle Cummings Jackson asliiB security.
The first execution that came into his
hands was against a widow living some
twelve milus from the court-house.
Jackson summoned a man n imed Char
lie Post to accompany him and to assist
him in driving away the cattle which he
proposed to levy upon. When he arrived
there be found that the old woman had
hut one cow, the principle means of her
support. So soon as he learned this he
turned to his companion and said: Char
lie, I will not levy this execution on that
poor woman's edw; as poor as.'I am I
would rather work night and day and
pay the debt myself." Upon that he
left there and stated the facts to his
uncle, his security in his official bond.
He listened to his narrative und then
said: ''Tom I see you were never horn
to he a constable, my boyj resign your
office at once and I will pay the execu
tion." Mr. Faulker says also: "1 re
member upon one occasion I received a
telegram of the extreme illness of a
daughter in Appomattox countv, and
communicating a message from her that
she wished to make some request of me
in person before she died, r took the
telegram to Gen. Jackson and asked him
for a leave of absence lor a few days
He read it, and I observed a
ling down his cheek, and after
tear trick
. . pausing
for a few moments he said: "Colonel, I
shall not refuse your request, for there
is nothing now requiring your presence
absolutely at headquarters; but I will
announce to you the rule that governs
my conduct. When 1 entered the army
tnyaelf up to my country, and
however I might deplore my senaration
f com, h< sei love, and espeseially uudi t
the circumstances meutioned in this tel
egram, yet I would not feel myself at
liberty to leave my post here. I have
felt all that are dear to me in the hands of
my country and of my God."
of
at
1».
-VTOTH K I'ho annual meeting of tiie
a X ••southern Ifnlon A»sociatlon for the
Detection of Horse Thieves and the Re
covery of Stolen Property" will bo held at
Ibacken ville, December • 30th, lK 7 i;. at i
° lee-»Uv2t'* ln * T * li J KALDWINV
Secretary.
iV ,v r..—ine annual meeting of tii
Xx "' Z; armer* Mutual Fire Insurance Com
P* l VJ., will be held at tiie "Mermaid'' in
Mill Crt*ek Hundred, on MONDAY thé 1
day of January, 1877. at lo o'clock
A good attendance of tin- member* is de
h'^ 1. AQUILA DKUICKSON, 1'res't.
J. L.J. Baldwin, S«
dee2i
MAPLEWOOD
riONCOUDVILLK, DELAWARK CG
V I a.* Boys £4.Co per week. Girls s-; «m»*
Hoyeprepam! lor YaleorHarvard Coll.-W
, JOSKPIISHORTI.IDGK A M °
tlecll-wiy Principal
XSTiTIT'E
PLVMMMKH.
VM. 8. WATT,
No. 1009 Market',Street,;
1* LUMBER,
KTKAJI A (a« FITTER,
All materials la my lineo, bu»loc«acon
stantiy on hand.
Wilmington. A tiff. 2d. 1676
tf
r NDKKW MCHUGH.
PRACTICAL PLUMBER,
Steam and Gas Fitter,
A'o'501 Walnut 81 reel,
Wilmington, ll.
•arpimnbing. Gas and Steam Fitting otaii
descriptions executed in he best manner, at
the ahoneet notice, and on moderate terms.
jy27*6md
T amer Bradford,
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS.
CEMENT A CALCINED PLASTER.
Paints, white lead, red lead, white zinc,
iron paint, lubricating oils, linseed oil,
►perm oil, lard oil, neats foot oil, coal oil,
Tilden & Nephew'* varnishes, English var
nishes, alcohol, turpentine, paint mill*,
paints ready mixed, artist's materials,wax
flowermate rials, decaleomanla pictures, nil
kinds of foreign and domestic glass, stain
ed. ornamental and engraved ; coach paint
ers' material, stencil colors, ladders of dif
ferent length«, ready glazed sash, gold leal,
bronzes, vermilllons, looking glass plate.
NOS. 6 AND 6 EAST THIRD STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
N. B.-Particular attention paid to TIOI'SE
and SHIP PAINTING, SIGN WRiTING.
CHEAP COAL!
fout
Has reduced the price of his
ENTERPRISE COAL
ONE DOLLAR.PER T0N.Î
West and Water,
and
Orange and Wator sta.
OSLPII F0ÜT.
Offices:
nSept.'4th. i876.—tf
PIANOS.:
'PIANOS.
■ >
For SÜOO & TJ j»wiiftlw.
OilUAX.S
I-'oi" »-I. - » tiiid Upwards*
(Foil Cash or Instalments, at
ROBELIN [A BUG'S W A REROOM.S
(UP STAIRS.)
may 17'73
OPBDHNO
SEEING AND SUMMER .
English Walking Jacquets,
DRESS GOODS:
J3X..A023L
our specialty'
.SPRING j WEAK,
FKEJNCn FOULARD,
FRENCH & IRISH POPLIN
8HAW1.8, UASSIMERE,
WATER-PROOÏS,
TRIMMINGS OF ALL KINDS.
M. L. LICHTENSTEIN,
22<> Market St reel
iW'ILMIGGTON.
a
a
OPENING
FALL AND WINTER
OF-1876-OF
Ladies' Suits,
Costumes, Cloaks
Shawls and Furs.
All the Jätest and most desirable FOR
F. I G N N T « ) VELTIEB for LADIES' WEAR,
together witli tliose of our own manufac
ture.!
?
BLACK, COLORED, AND1FANW
Silk Suits <fe Cloaks,J
Velvet Suits and Cloaks
Paris Suits aud Cloaks,
Berlin Suits and Cloaks,
Evening Suits and Cloaks,
Mourning Suits nnd Cloaks,
Fur Suits and Cloaks,
Ladies' Underwear.
5
AGNEW & ENGLISH,
I
t
020 Chestnut St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
Ladles ordering from a distance by send'
ng a dress waist either by mail or express!
together with length of skirts, run he assur
ed of receiving a perfect fitting cloak
;tl2-w3m
CARRIAGES
ÿ PERSONS WANTING
El Fine Carriage»
Can ha accommodated at
N: E. Cur. 2d & French sts,
" 1LMINQTON,* DEL.,
As they manufacture nothing but
First-class Work,
AND SELL IT LOW,
llw»r t guaranteed to give gi tisltion.
w, UAxnoarD
Agents Kvcr,wher C e ma .o' Wanted
rmndie the Patent Crown Self-Closing Ink
tand. Sella itae.f at eight wherever ink
aed. Profita immense. 8am nie 7 '»
uddross, A. II. 3INUK.lt, m Walnut
Ahiladelphia. Pj. marSuweomiy
i
in

'

cents.
street,
0 UBEl t
,THE
m
HATTER
> o. s
East Third Streei,
Wilmington, Del
Now is the Time
TO BUY YOUR
STOVES
J
AND GET TOUR
Heaters Put in Ordei.
I have just reduced the p
log, Parlor and Heating St
hard time*.
Call and see the prices before you buy.
k. no it it i
Cor. Third aq< 1 Shipley AU.
N. B.—Heater« Cheaper than ever.
nor9*tl
rice of all Cook*
toves to suit the
WE ARE
GOING TO
PROTECT OUR
CUSTOMERS
and have taken hold of J
LOCKWOOD'S
PATENT
Adjustable
Screens,
. Which hsve the following advantage« :
jVo more Spoiled,
Paper,
No more DUST,
No more FLIES,
iNo more
MOSQUITOES
A Nice SCREEN for Every Window, at
Trilling Goet.
I, Cheaper than any other.s
2» Can be fitted to any window in a minute
and more perfectly than any other ßcreeu!
3, Can be removed, or raised instantly
1 4, Can be u»ed at top or bottom of window.
I . r », Allow the window to be at any height,
e, Can be rolled up when not in use, occupy
t. boSÂKSîrÜiïïï llflu 1 «S
tion.
Neat, light and durable.
, On one sido tho cloth is fastened to a
•■tongue,'' which .its loosely in a grove
rins "tongue'' may be rollod or unrolled
* or different sized windows.
10, The middle piece has a screw cut on one
end by which the cloth is madetlarn* and
tiie frame la held firmly in the
any height.
II, Cloth proteets better fromdustthau ,'
and equally well from insects.
ioz
Price Only 50 Cts. Eacn.
Price, Only 50 Cts- Each
One Dozen will be delivered exnrcssage
be ? y n n r e »"^ ldmg U . B or *' iev -W* 1 *
oe sent L. O. D., if eo ordered.
«dAnHuff. examine vucm, and aiso see our
CïSta""" 01 " 1 * Hangings and
»rrived and we now
U?JÜ.V 16 w 80 ? ,orco 01 PM'er hangers in
the city. Work now done without deuy
». R.'|BALL & CO.,
•117 MARKET STREET,
Opposite City Hall.
my 13 tit.
BOOKS,
Jj
As sown as u01 ished.
All the
New Magazines,
Newspapers,
(Daily and Weekly.)
Blank Books,
Stationery,
'Games,
. a very large assortment of articles
both lor ornament and use, at
E. S. R. BUTLFR S, "
420 MARKET STREET
WILMINGTON, DEL
'anil
P
Importers and Manufacturer'« Agents for
IRON,!
H. KENT A CO.,)
IRON,
STEEL,
STEEL,
hardware,
hardware
AND COACH MATERIAL.
Have the "Largest .Stock of Good* in th#
mU^Uniud State»! 11 ^ ttS8orted feu >ck
NO. 20.) AND 207 SHIPLEY'
AND 212 ORANGE STREETS,
WILMINGTON, Dei,.-»
AND 210
p IS. MINGLE * CO.,
S eed Merchants,
liiTTt All KET 'STREET, PHIL ADEL
YvhiV.n V«,L°V< { , I 0 . V,:HSFFD Wanted.
d ! i 1 »! U . ^ "' s ,n,l rit«*t prices M ill
paid, bend »amples by mail. Prompt re
plj and prompt remittance. ocM 2 - 2 mw
M 'Vi i, , * N( " v r-T NV :' now in stock
Mhlte and cheek Canton mattings by
ne piece, made at tho lowest prices.
■ WM. B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market
for
In

BOOTS AND
JAMES
MONAQE A j
NEW
Boot and Shoe Slcn
N. W. ccr. Second & J t ff erJo ,
Having laid j„
ment of (iem I, ,
Misses' and Chi' |, '!
Shoes, (fatter, I
all of which are made of good : h
In workmanlike manner l ; ...
«apply the citizens of w'iln ,
ctnity with all gmstsln my '
to suit tiie present financial.
Custom work a specialty a
guaranteed.
The public nre cordially inv •
a call and learn inv price«
dec15-3md JAM K?
4
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tll.^
Ui.
MON A,;»
THF PLACE 70 Bu
is AT Tin;
NEW SHOP SIoi
;iO:i West ftcouil S U(
Where you can get well made and d,
BOOTS AND SHQ
AT EXTREMELY LOW'pJi
We have a large stock nf l.
roh26.,y J -
WANTED 50(1
Men Women & Childr
To buy theirj
BOOTH, HIIOEH <t GAITKIis
At the East End Hhoe Store, R. y r
Ninth and Spruce Ht«., whi-iv cvem
viSâd." tpan,okyprice8 ' cuM
Bustomer work a »penalty and *
the very be»t*tyic. Ue pat ring
Cheaply executed.
augf-ly
WM. Hue
L OT7IH MARTIN.
Practical BOOT A SHOE MAKI
414 East Heven th Street
Customer work a specialty, and
done In the best manner and at<4
moderate rates. Repairing ntlffi!
P ™%fly r aU "" J * xl to ' Calland ,««
New Store! New Goal
Low Prices !
AFTER ALL. [AFTERIALL, APTÏ1*
The beat argument we cu, offer tbepmfi
I^WEST Pbicks tob Quality or Got
This we do offer in every
Boot, Shoo or Gaiter
w«»ell l°r Ladles, G enta. HUm, aci;
Onildren. We have a (nil and eomplew
«lock for the coming seaaon, which vea
^tlie publie to call and examine.
LADIES WIHTW KrD SutP!> BB
SPECIALTY.
Particular attentioa paid to
CUSTOM W OKU
JOHN K. UAUCÜCÏ
S. W. Cor. Second imdllt
a pr2t-3m
NO HUMBUG
The !
entire stock of
undersigned i*
selling
a
HOOTS & HI I OH
At and Below Cost
to Close Rush
ess by February
lost
•Store Fixture« for sale.
T. F. PENNIXGTOSI
>-d3n
n
110 East Second »Sin
TJREHTON AVARS,
I i'RACTICAL WATCH MAKI
And dealer in
Ai.khicax AM) HWM
&
WAT CUE
CLOCKS, JEWKI.E
bPKCTACLKH,
EYE-GLABHES,
SILVER WAKE.I
NO. 305 -MARKET STREET
Wilmington, Dei.
Particular attention paid to repaid
nil Its branches ; also, changing rpri
glasses. Has u good assortment oIH
constantly on hand.
The public Is cordially Invited tori'
examine my stock and learn my pries
Jelo-75
*
407 MARKET ST. 4
BENJ. S. CLAlili
A full assortment of
SUPERIOR CLOCKS, WATCH)
JEWELRY and SPECTACLE
Constantly on hand and for sale at th
est market rates. Particular and pert
attention given to Repairing any arurt
the above line.
A fine assort mont of Spectacle, cm
ly on hand .and sole agent for the Cdn
Diamond Spectacles.
a
C. T * KUSH,
HAS REMOVED TO
'"29
:WîARKETu STRêEI
A LARGE STÜCK OK
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
AND SILVER V>
Constantly on hand.
IW REPAIRING promptly nit' ; l
mar29-'7fi 1
J^INUH^G WOOD
OAfc AND PINE,
PER LOAD DELIVEBfl
$1.50
Look Hero
WHAT A GREAT HEAPED
LOAD OF OAK AND PIN*
WOOD,
and only SI.DO.
ABBOTT &■ Mi KINNJ;
Shop 510 Orange s"
HUSH'S
iia height
Second Wlmrf above Chestnut,
French Street Wharf, WH®* 1
AP PROMPT AND. RELIA*

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